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Japan will join other Group of Seven nations and freeze the Russian central bank’s foreign-exchange assets, the Nikkei newspaper reported Monday — preventing Vladimir Putin’s government from accessing tens of billions of dollars held in Japan.

The Bank of Japan will freeze the yen-denominated assets it holds for Russia to stop them being repatriated or sent on to other financial institutions, the Nikkei reported, without citing anyone.

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